Experiencing symptoms like headaches, fatigue, nausea, dizziness, itching, sneezing, sore throat, breathing problems, chest pain, skin rash, diarrhea, confusion, dizziness, mood changes, memory problems, or difficulty in concentration when you are around chemicals? These could be signs of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.
Multiple chemical sensitivity (or environmental illness) is a vague, but identified medical condition known as the medical diagnosis Idiopathic Environmental Intolerance. People diagnosed with this condition complain of negative health effects in multiple organs resulting from continued exposure to low levels of common chemicals. The common triggering chemicals include perfumes, tobacco smoke, insecticides, auto exhaust, petroleum products, synthetic fabrics, chlorine, and many more.
Studies suggest it can be due to increased exposure causing hypersensitivity to certain chemical triggers. Not only do people experience multiple symptoms but the cycle can cause anxiety and depression. The symptoms can be disabling and can interfere with your daily routines, job performance, and personal relationships.
Conventional medical treatment targets the symptoms, mostly prescribed medications for the most disturbing symptoms . Although symptoms may subside by medications, on repeated exposure, they will recur. Additionally, recommendations to avoid exposure to the triggers can interfere with your everyday life.
Freedom from recurrent bouts can be an immediate goal. However, what if you could dismiss those symptoms from ever returning? You can begin your path to relief through the Allergy and Chemical Sensitivity Pathway. We Discover the underlying reason you developed the sensitivity reactions through health evaluation and testing. Then we build your personal plan to Repair the body systems that have been under assault . It includes removing the harmful chemicals from your body, strengthening your immune system, and enhancing your ability to fight off offenses; thus Sustaining you by supporting mind, body, spirit, and emotions.